Highbridge Capital Management co-founder and chief executive, Glenn Dubin, doesn’t stray far from his comfort zone, at least, not when residential real estate is concerned. The hedge funder and former Robin Hood Foundation chairman, who grew up in Washington Heights, upgraded from his 1010 Fifth Avenue duplex to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ former 1040 Fifth Avenue Read More
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